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Bjj

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GROUND COMBATIVES TRAINING
STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTION MANUAL
PICTORAL ANNEX FOR EXISTING TSP\u2019S
Step #1. The Student assumes a seated posture resting on his strong side hand with his weak side arm
resting comfortably on his bent weak side knee. His feet should not be crossed.

Step #2 & 3. Placing his weight on his strong side hand and weak side foot, the Student will pick up the rest of his body and swing his strong side leg between his two posts, placing his strong side foot behind his strong side hand. It is important that the strong side knee should be behind the same side arm as shown.

Step #4. After placing his weight on both feet. The Student will lift his strong side hand from the ground
and assume a fighter\u2019s stance.
STEP 2
STEP 3
STEP 1
Stand Up In Base- This is the most basic technique. It allows the Student to stand up in the presence

of an enemy or potential enemy without compromising his base and thus making himself vulnerable to
attack. The principles of body movement inherent in this technique make it so important that NCOs
should reinforce it every time a Student stands up.

Fighter\u2019s Stance -Balance weight on feet. Elbows in and down. Lead hand 10-16 inches
from face.
STEP 4
Demonstrate Dominant Body Position
Rear Mount
Guard
Side Control
Mount

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